Renowned for their Mysore masala dosa, Junior Chellapa also serves up plenty of other mouth-watering dishes like Chicken pasanda, crab rasam, and sliced fried fish sambal.
A small neighbourhood restaurant serving up some of the tastiest Continental cuisine you could hope to find in KL, all at reasonable prices, Casa Rosa is a place very much worth seeking out.
Focusing on its founders’ Terengganu and Sarawak home state heritage, it showcases how when it comes to classic local cuisine, East truly might be best.
The café serves wholesome Indian vegetarian food, plus takes extra care to cater to those who are vegan, gluten-free, practice Jainism, or have other restrictions.
The meats are slow-cooked and infused with a variety of different rubs, allowing for complex flavours and extremely tender meat.
Three Journey takes customers on a complete voyage beyond desserts.
Classic Minangkabau cooking, brought right to the heart of Bangsar.
The chicken pongteh is a surprising standout, with a resonant flavour that does justice to the beloved classic.
The top temptation might be the Claypot Briyani Gam Muar, with your choice of Chicken Briyani, Beef Briyani, or our pick, Lamb Briyani.
The Ghan is helmed mainly by a team of Afghans who’ve come to Malaysia in recent years.
Customers can take long, deep breaths of fresh air while savouring a minimal-fuss meal near Cyberjaya’s lake gardens.
Get your drink on with Amphawa’s wide range of Milk Teas, Sodas and Ice Teas.
Fresh fish is Fincch’s pride, flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market every Tuesday and Friday.
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